September 24, 2012 by plusnintendo, music & art
According to President Reggie Fils-Aime of Nintendo America, Nintendo doesn’t believe in pricing a product and then reducing its price after a short time. Nintendo had to slash Nintendo 3DS’ price in 2011, which was a “very painful proposition” for the company. Unlike the Nintendo 3DS, Fils-Aimethinks the Wii U is priced right, and because the Wii was priced at $249.99 for about three and a half years, he expects Wii U’s price to remain the same for a while.
“The way that we approach consumer value is we want to make sure we give the consumer a lot for what they pay, and when you look at that basic model you get the innovation in the GamePad (and all of the gaming options that presents), you get Miiverse in terms of a gaming community, you get Nintendo TVii, you get video chat… all of that is included in…
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